Centura Track Athletes Compete in CNTI at GINW

On Monday, April 23, Centura track coaches took 17 student athletes to the CNTC meet hosted by GINW. This meet is the best of the best in the area. The weather was beautiful and Coach Cyboron reported, “the athelete’s marks are getting better as they enter the most competitive part of the season.”

The following are the results of Centura’s athletes:

In the girls 1600m run, Caitlin State improved her time to 5:44.02 earning her 7th place.

In the girls 4x800m relay, (Garcia, Nitsch, Perez, States) the team improved their time by over 20 seconds 10:48.49 earning them 9th place.

In the girls pole vault, Brooklyn Hostetler jumped 10-4 tying her personal best and earning 4th place and Rylee Kosmicki jumped 9-10 inches tying her personal best as well earning 7th place.

In the girls triple jump Sam Simdorn jumped 14-2.5 placing 8th.

In the boys 4x100m relay, (Simmons, Hruby, E. Wooden, Caspersen) the team improved their time to 45.19 earning them a very close 5th place finish.

In the boys 4x800m relay, (Ruhl, Arndt, Dowse, Perez) the team improve their time to 9:00.45 earning them the 10th place finish.

In the boys pole vault, Willy Packer improved this year’s personal best to 13-7 earning him the 2nd place medal.
Noah Bruggeman jumped 13-7 earning him the 3rd place medal on misses.

In the boys 400m dash, Dawson Caspersen ran 55.46 placing 7th.

The next track invitational is hosted at Centura on Thursday,  April 16th.  Come cheer us on.

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